KR101354217B1 - Display apparatus and complex entertainment apparatus having the same - Google Patents

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KR101354217B1
KR101354217B1 KR20090072694A KR20090072694A KR101354217B1 KR 101354217 B1 KR101354217 B1 KR 101354217B1 KR 20090072694 A KR20090072694 A KR 20090072694A KR 20090072694 A KR20090072694 A KR 20090072694A KR 101354217 B1 KR101354217 B1 KR 101354217B1
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Abstract

Provided is a composite entertainment device including a display device and a display device. The display apparatus includes a main display unit and a sub display unit, and the sub display unit is positioned below the main display unit and then rises when the main display unit slides up to form a screen with the main display unit. Then, a lever portion for pulling the main display portion toward the sub display portion side is adopted.
In addition, the composite entertainment device operates in a shooting mode when the main display unit is in a sliding up state, and operates in a playback mode or a game mode in a state where the main display unit is in a sliding down state. do.

Description

DISPLAY APPARATUS AND COMPLEX ENTERTAINMENT APPARATUS HAVING THE SAME}

The present invention relates to a composite entertainment apparatus including a display device and a display device in which an operation mode can be changed according to a change in screen size of the display device.

In general, display devices are used for various purposes in various devices.

In the case where the display device is used in a digital camera, when taking a picture or a video, the back of the main unit allows the user to see the image coming through the camera lens in real time, and the picture or video already taken. May be played on a display device.

In addition, referring to the case where the display device is used in a portable game machine, the user may enjoy the game while watching the movement of the image moving on the screen of the display device.

In addition, it is possible to have a expectation for a multi-functional product having both a digital camera function and a portable game machine.

One aspect of the present invention is to provide a display device having a variable screen size and a complex entertainment device including the same.

In addition, the present invention provides a display device in which an operation mode is changed in accordance with a variable screen size and a complex entertainment device including the same.

In addition, the present invention provides a display device capable of preventing the occurrence of a gap that may occur while the screen size of the display device is enlarged and a composite entertainment device including the same.

According to an embodiment of the present invention, the display device includes a case, a main display unit slidably formed on one surface of the case, a sub display unit which is lifted or lowered on one surface of the case, and lowered from one surface of the case; And a display coupling unit configured to move the main display unit to the sub display unit side on one surface of the case, wherein the sub display unit further includes an elevating unit for raising or lowering the sub display unit, and the elevating unit is provided in the sub display unit. It characterized in that it comprises an upper cam formed on the lower side, and a lower cam disposed below the upper cam.

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The display coupling part may include at least one lever part that rotates by a linear motion of the lower cam.

The lever unit may include a driving pin coupled to the lower cam, a fixing pin coupled to the case, and a rotation pin pulling the main display unit toward the sub display unit.

The rotation pin may be caught by a lever protrusion formed on the rear side of the main display unit.

Each of the upper cam and the lower cam includes inclined surfaces corresponding to each other, and the upper cam may be raised or lowered by a linear movement of the lower cam.

The lower cam may further include a driving unit for linearly moving the lower cam, the driving unit may include a motor providing a driving force, and a power transmission unit transmitting a driving force provided by the motor to the lower cam.

The power transmission unit may include a plurality of gears and screws.

The power transmission unit includes a first gear directly connected to the motor, a second gear meshing with the first gear and the rotational shaft to be orthogonal to each other, a first screw rotating while sharing the rotational axis with the second gear, and the first screw. And a third gear engaged with the rotating shaft to be orthogonal to each other, and a second screw sharing the rotating shaft with the third gear and directly transmitting a driving force to the lower cam.

The main display unit may include an anti-slip unit for preventing a slip during the sliding operation.

The main display unit may include a spring that connects the main display unit and the case to a rear surface of the main display unit.

The spring may be a spiral spring.

The main display unit may include sliding bars on both sides of the rear surface, and the case may include guide rails for guiding the sliding motion of the sliding bar.

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In addition, the display device includes a case, a main display unit slidably formed on one surface of the case in a first direction, a sub display unit which moves up and down in a second direction perpendicular to the first direction, and the main display unit. And a sub display unit suppresses gap generation that may occur between both when forming the same plane, and includes a lever unit disposed in at least one of the main display unit and the sub display unit.

The composite entertainment apparatus may further include a display apparatus that forms a screen, wherein the display apparatus includes a main display unit slidably formed in a first direction and a second direction perpendicular to the first direction. And a sub-display unit which moves up and down, wherein the complex entertainment device changes an operation mode in association with a sliding movement of the main display unit. Including a playback mode to be played, and a game mode to play a game on the screen of the display device, the main display unit is operated in the shooting mode in a state in which the main display unit slides downward, and the main display unit slides up. (up) In the state is characterized in that the operation in the play mode or game mode.

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When the composite entertainment device is slid up from the main display unit with the power turned off, power is automatically turned on and the composite entertainment device may operate in the play mode or the game mode. have.

The composite entertainment device may be automatically turned off when the main display unit slides down while operating in the play mode or game mode.

When the composite entertainment device is operated in the shooting mode, when the main display unit slides upward, the operation mode may be switched to the play mode or the game mode.

The display device according to the exemplary embodiment described above may include a main display unit and a sub display unit to change the screen size.

In addition, when the screen size is enlarged, it is possible to prevent a gap between the main display unit and the sub display unit.

In addition, according to the sliding up and down states of the main display, the operation mode of the composite entertainment is set to a state suitable for the screen size, thereby meeting a user's request.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is an external perspective view of a composite entertainment device according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 1, the composite entertainment apparatus 1 may move up and down according to a sliding motion of a case 10 forming an exterior, a main display unit 100 that is formed to be slidable, and a main display unit 100. The drop includes the sub display unit 200.

The complex entertainment device 1 is a device that can enjoy a variety of entertainment. In one embodiment of the present invention, the complex entertainment device 1 may perform a function of a digital camera and a function of a portable game machine. However, the function performed by the composite entertainment device 1 is not limited to the present embodiment, and may perform functions of various devices using a display device such as a mobile phone or an MP3 player function.

The case 10 forms an external skeleton of the complex entertainment device 1, and various components (not shown) are installed inside the case 10 to perform operations with a digital camera and a portable game machine.

The main display unit 100 is configured to include a main display module 130 for displaying an image and a main module case 160 for accommodating the main display module 130.

The main display module 130 is provided so that a user can operate a function in a touch manner.

In addition, although a TFT LCD or the like may be used as the display device used in the main display module 130, an active matrix organic light-emitting diode (AM OLED) is preferable. Active LCD is a display device that emits light in itself, unlike LCD which emits light by backlight, and it is more than 1000 times faster in video response speed than TFT LCD, and has excellent color reproducibility and contrast ratio.

The main module case 160 accommodates the main display module 130 and forms part of an exterior. The anti-slip unit 180 is formed at both sides of the main module case 160.

The anti-slip unit 180 is provided in such a manner that a plurality of protrusions are formed on a surface recessed downward from the surface of the main module case 160. The anti-slip unit 180 is a portion that a user grips when the main display unit 100 slides up or down, and serves to prevent slippage when the user contacts the finger.

The sliding structure of the main display unit 100 will be described later.

The sub display unit 200 rises when the main display unit 100 is slid up and is exposed to the outside, and the sub display module 230 which displays an image similar to the main display unit 100, and the sub display module ( And a sub module case 260 to accommodate 230.

The sub display module 230 is provided so that a user can operate a function by a touch method, and a TFT LCD or the like may be used as a display element, but an active matrix organic light-emitting diode (AM OLED) Is more preferred.

The sub module case 260 accommodates the sub display module 230 and exposes the exterior when the sub display unit 200 is raised.

Hereinafter, an internal structure of the composite entertainment apparatus 1 in which the main display unit 100 is in a sliding up state will be described.

FIG. 2 is a perspective view illustrating a structure of a lift unit inside the composite entertainment device, FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II ′ of FIG. 1, FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II ′ of FIG. 1, and FIG. Sectional drawing along the III-III 'line | wire 1 of FIG.

As illustrated in FIG. 2, the sub display unit 200 further includes a lifting unit 270 that raises or lowers the sub display unit 200 below.

The lifting unit 270 includes an upper cam 273 integrally formed under the sub display unit 200 and a lower cam 276 disposed under the upper cam 273.

Each of the upper cam 273 and the lower cam 276 includes inclined surfaces 274a, 274b, 277a, and 277b, and the inclined surfaces 274a and 274b of the upper cam 273 and the inclined surfaces 277a and 276 of the lower cam 276. 277b) correspond to each other.

A display coupling unit for moving the main display unit 100 toward the sub display unit 200 is installed on the upper side of the lower cam 276. The display coupling part includes at least one lever part 290a and 290b rotating by the linear motion of the lower cam 276. The lever parts 290a and 290b will be described later.

One side of the lower cam 276 is provided with a drive unit 280 for linear movement of the lower cam 276.

The driving unit 280 includes a motor 281 that provides a driving force of linear motion, and a power transmission unit 283 that transfers the driving force provided by the motor 281 to the lower cam 276.

The power transmission unit 283 is composed of a combination of a plurality of gears and screws.

That is, the power transmission unit 283 is directly connected to the motor shaft 282, and the first gear 284 that rotates integrally with the motor shaft 281, and the first gear 284 and the first gear 284 is meshed so that the rotation shaft orthogonal to each other; A first gear 286 which shares a rotation axis with the second gear 285, the second gear 285 and rotates integrally, and a third gear 287 that meshes with the first screw 286 so that the rotation axis is orthogonal to each other; And a second screw 288 sharing a rotation shaft with the third gear 287 and directly transmitting a driving force to the lower cam 276.

The second screw 288 is coupled to the nut portion 279 formed at the lower portion of the lower cam 276. When the second screw 288 is rotated, the rotational force is transmitted to the nut portion 279, the lower cam 276 is to be linear movement.

3 to 5, the internal structure of the composite entertainment apparatus 1 will be described in more detail. 3 to 5 illustrate cross-sectional shapes of the main display unit 100 viewed from various positions in a state of sliding up.

The main display unit 100 includes sliding bars 170a and 170b to allow sliding movements on both sides of the rear surface, and the case 10 has guide rails 13a and 13b to correspond to the shapes of the sliding bars 170a and 170b. Is formed. The guide rails 13a and 13b guide the sliding motion of the sliding bars 170a and 170b.

In addition, springs 180a and 180b for smoothly sliding up and down operations are disposed at both sides of the rear surface of the main display unit 100.

As a kind of the springs 180a and 180b, it is preferable to use a spiral spring having a thin thickness in order to realize a thin product. However, the types of springs 180a and 180b that can be used are not limited thereto, and various types of springs, such as a torsion spring, may be used.

One end of the springs 180a and 180b is coupled to the rear surface of the main display unit 100 by fixing bolts 185a and 185b, and the other ends of the springs 180a and 180b are connected to the spring fixing portions 16a and the case 10 of the case 10. 16b).

The springs 180a and 180b move inside the spring receiving parts 187a and 187b according to the sliding up-down operation of the main display part 100 at the spring receiving parts 187a and 187b formed on both sides of the rear surface of the main display part 100. Will move. The spring receiving portions 187a and 187b are recessed and formed to have a predetermined thickness on the rear surface of the main display unit 100, and are formed in a fan shape over an area where the springs 180a and 180b move.

The lever parts 290a and 290b are components for preventing a gap that may occur between the main display part 100 and the sub display part 200 while the main display part 100 is in a sliding up state.

The lever portions 290a and 290b have a cross-sectional shape as an overall 'b' shape, and are coupled to the case 10 and drive pins 292a and 292b coupled to an upper portion of the lower cam 276. The fixed pins 294a and 294b and rotation pins 296a and 296b for pulling the main display unit 100 toward the sub display unit 200 are included.

The driving pins 292a and 292b are connected to the lower cam 276 and linearly move like the lower cam 276, and the driving pins 294a and 294b are coupled to the case 10 while the driving pins 292a and 292b are connected. In the case of linear movement, the levers 290a and 290b serve as rotation centers of the entirety, and the rotation pins 296a and 296b come in contact with the lever protrusion 190 formed on the rear side of the main display unit 100 and the lever unit. By rotating the 290a and 290b, the main display unit 100 is pulled toward the sub display unit 200 to remove a gap that may occur between them. That is, when the lever parts 290a and 290b rotate, the rotation pins 296a and 296b are caught by the lever protrusion 190, and eventually the main display part 100 is pulled toward the sub display part 200.

Hereinafter, an operation process of the complex entertainment device 1 will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

6A to 6C are perspective views illustrating the sliding up operation of the main display unit 100 in order, and FIGS. 7A to 7C illustrate the sliding up operation of the main display unit 100 viewed from the line II ′ of FIG. 1. 8A through 8D are cross-sectional views sequentially illustrating a sliding up operation of the main display unit 100 as viewed from II-II 'of FIG. 1, and FIGS. 9A to 9B are III- of FIG. It is sectional drawing which shows the sliding up operation | movement of the main display part 100 seen from III 'in order.

As shown in FIGS. 6A, 7A, 8A, and 9A, the sub display unit 200 is not exposed to the outside while the main display unit 100 is slid down, and the main display unit 100 is not exposed to the outside. Only the screen of the user can see. That is, only the main display unit 100 is disposed on the upper surface of the case 10.

6B, 7B, and 8B, when the user slides up the main display unit 100 in the direction of "A", the main display unit 100 may have the user's force and the springs 180a and 180b. ) Sliding up is maintained through interaction of elastic force.

When the main display unit 100 is slid up, the controller (not shown) operates the motor 281, and the driving force of the motor 281 is transmitted through the power transmission unit 283 so that the lower cam 276 is straight. You exercise. When the lower cam 276 linearly moves, the inclined surfaces 274a and 274b of the upper cam 273 climb up the inclined surfaces 277a and 277b of the lower cam 276, and eventually the sub display unit 200 is " Rise in the X " direction (FIGS. 6C, 8C, and 9B).

At this time, the sub display unit 200 is raised, and the linear motion of the lower cam 276 causes the lever units 290a and 290b to rotate about the fixing pins 294a and 294b. Then, the rotation pins 296a and 296b of the lever parts 290a and 290b pull the main display part 100 toward the sub display part 200 while contacting the lever protrusion 190. Therefore, the gap g generated in FIG. 8C disappears (FIG. 8D), and thus, the main display unit 100 and the sub display unit 200 are disposed up and down to serve as one display screen. That is, the main display unit 100 and the sub display unit 200 are arranged side by side to form a display screen on the upper surface of the case 10.

As such, by adopting the lever parts 290a and 290b as components, it is possible to prevent the occurrence of a gap g between the main display part 100 and the main display part 100 when the sub display part 200 rises. By using the sub display unit 200 as one screen, the heterogeneity can be eliminated.

Hereinafter, an operation mode change of the complex entertainment device 1 according to sliding up and down of the main display unit 100 will be described.

The operation mode of the composite entertainment device 1 includes a shooting mode in which a picture or a video is taken, a playback mode in which a picture or a video is played on a screen, and a game mode in which a game is played on a screen of the display device.

The composite entertainment apparatus 1 operates in a shooting mode when the main display unit 100 is slid down, and operates in a playback mode or game mode when the main display unit 100 is slid up. Done.

That is, when the user carries the composite entertainment device 1 and takes a picture or video, it is advantageous that the display screen is small. Therefore, in the state in which the main display unit 100 is slid down, the composite entertainment apparatus 1 operates in the shooting mode. On the other hand, when a user plays a picture or video already taken or plays a game, a larger display screen is advantageous. Therefore, in the state in which the main display unit 100 is slid up, the composite entertainment device 1 operates in a play mode or a game mode.

In particular, when playing a game in the game mode, if a button icon that can be operated by a user is generated on the screen of the sub display unit 200, the game can be enjoyed on a wide screen. In this case, a two-player game is also possible.

In addition, when the composite entertainment apparatus 1 slides up the main display unit while operating in the shooting mode, the composite entertainment device 1 automatically switches to the play mode or the game mode.

In addition, when the composite entertainment device 1 slides up the main display unit 100 in a state in which the overall power is off, the composite entertainment device 1 is automatically turned on. Operate in play mode or game mode.

In addition, when the composite entertainment apparatus 1 slides down the main display unit 1 while operating in a play mode or a game mode, the entire power supply is automatically turned off.

The foregoing has shown and described specific embodiments. However, the present invention is not limited to the above embodiments, and those skilled in the art may make various changes without departing from the spirit of the technical idea of the invention as set forth in the claims below. .

1 is an external perspective view of a composite entertainment device according to an embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a perspective view illustrating a structure of a lifting unit inside a complex entertainment device.

3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line II ′ of FIG. 1.

4 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II 'of FIG. 1.

FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along line III-III ′ of FIG. 1.

6A to 6C are external perspective views sequentially illustrating a sliding up operation of the main display unit.

7A to 7C are cross-sectional views sequentially illustrating a sliding up operation of the main display unit viewed from the line II ′ of FIG. 1.

8A through 8D are cross-sectional views sequentially illustrating a sliding up operation of the main display unit 100 viewed from II-II 'of FIG. 1.

9A to 9B are cross-sectional views sequentially illustrating a sliding up operation of the main display unit 100 viewed from III-III 'of FIG. 1.

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1: composite entertainment device 10: case

100: main display unit 130: main display module

200: sub display unit 230: sub display module

290a, 290b: lever section

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  1. The case,
    A main display unit slidably formed on one surface of the case;
    A sub display unit configured to elevate toward one surface of the case or descend from one surface of the case;
    A display coupling unit configured to move the main display unit toward the sub display unit on one surface of the case;
    The sub display unit further includes a lifting unit for raising or lowering the sub display unit,
    And the elevating unit includes an upper cam formed below the sub display unit and a lower cam disposed below the upper cam.
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  3. The method of claim 1,
    The display coupling unit includes at least one lever unit that rotates by a linear movement of the lower cam.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    The lever unit includes a driving pin coupled to the lower cam, a fixing pin coupled to the case, and a rotation pin that pulls the main display unit toward the sub display unit. Device.
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    And the rotation pin is caught by a lever protrusion formed on a rear side of the main display unit.
  6. The method of claim 1,
    Each of the upper cam and the lower cam includes inclined surfaces corresponding to each other,
    And the upper cam is raised or lowered by a linear motion of the lower cam.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    The lower cam further includes a driving unit for linearly moving the lower cam,
    The driving unit includes a motor for providing a driving force, and a power transmission unit for transmitting the driving force provided by the motor to the lower cam.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The power transmission unit comprises a plurality of gears and screws (screw).
  9. 9. The method of claim 8,
    The power transmission unit includes a first gear directly connected to the motor, a second gear meshing with the first gear and the rotational shaft to be orthogonal to each other, a first screw rotating while sharing the rotational axis with the second gear, and the first screw. And a third gear engaged with the rotation shaft to be orthogonal to each other, and a second screw sharing the rotation shaft with the third gear and directly transmitting a driving force to the lower cam.
  10. The method of claim 1,
    The main display unit comprises a non-slip unit for preventing the slip during the sliding operation.
  11. The method of claim 1,
    And the main display unit includes a spring connecting the main display unit and the case to a rear surface of the main display unit.
  12. 12. The method of claim 11,
    The spring is a display device, characterized in that the spiral spring (spiral spring).
  13. The method of claim 1,
    The main display unit includes a sliding bar on both sides of the rear surface,
    The case includes a guide rail for guiding the sliding movement of the sliding bar.
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  15. The case,
    A main display unit slidably formed in a first direction on one surface of the case;
    A sub-display unit which ascends and descends in a second direction perpendicular to the first direction;
    The main display unit and the sub display unit suppresses the generation of gap (gap) that can be generated between the two when forming the same plane, characterized in that it comprises a lever unit disposed in at least one of the main display unit and the sub display unit. Display device.
  16. In the composite entertainment device comprising a display device for forming a screen,
    The display apparatus includes a main display unit slidably formed in a first direction, and a sub display unit descending in a second direction perpendicular to the first direction.
    The composite entertainment device is changed in operation mode in conjunction with the sliding movement of the main display unit,
    The operation mode includes a shooting mode in which a picture or a video is taken, a playback mode in which a picture or a video is played on a screen, and a game mode in which a game is played on a screen of the display device.
    Complex entertainment, characterized in that in the state in which the main display unit sliding down (down) operates in the shooting mode, and in the state in which the main display unit sliding up (up) in the playback mode or game mode device.
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  19. 17. The method of claim 16,
    When the composite entertainment device is slid up from the main display unit with the power turned off, power is automatically turned on and the composite entertainment device operates in the play mode or the game mode. A composite entertainment device characterized by the above.
  20. 17. The method of claim 16,
    The composite entertainment device is a composite entertainment device, characterized in that the power is automatically turned off when the main display unit sliding down (down) while operating in the play mode or game mode.
  21. 17. The method of claim 16,
    The composite entertainment device is a composite entertainment device, characterized in that the operation mode is switched to the playback mode or game mode when the main display unit sliding up (up) while operating in the shooting mode.
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